|Position:||Infielder / Outfielder|
|Born:||25 March 1932|
|Debutteam:||New York Yankees|
|Finalteam:||Chicago White Sox|
Woodson George "Woodie" Held (born March 25, 1932 in Sacramento, California) is a former shortstop/outfielder in Major League Baseball who played for the New York Yankees (1954, 1957), Kansas City Athletics (1957-1958), Cleveland Indians (1958-1964), Washington Senators (1965), Baltimore Orioles (1966-1967), California Angels (1967-1968) and Chicago White Sox (1968-1969). He batted and threw right-handed.
In a 14-season career, Held posted a .240 batting average with 179 home runs and 559 RBI in 1390 games played. Difficulties with ground balls caused him to switch from being a shortstop to being an outfielder.